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F. Other Supporting Data

Program participation by sex and race follow for each program:

Graduate and Professional Opportunities Program

On the basis of five years of program experience, it is expected that the
distribution of 1984 fellows by sex and race will be similar to the
fiscal year 1983 distribution, which was as follows:

Table 3

Distribution of Fellows in the Graduate and Professional   Study Program
By Race - Academic Year 1983-84

Black
Hispanic
Asian American
Native American
White Women
Total

Number of
Fellows

598

266

61

50

225

1200

Percent
of Total

49.8

Women accounted for more than 50 percent of the fellows in the academic
year 1983-84 program. (Source: See E. above.)

Public Service Fellowships

The composition of the students participating in the program has changed
from predominantly white male to predominantly women and minority males.
The number of minority and female participants is expected to gradually
increase. The FY 1984 distribution is as follows:

Table 4

Distribution of   Awards   in   the   Public   Service   Fellowships  Program
By Ethnicity for Academic Year 1984-85

Number
of Fellows

Percent
of Total

ETHNICITY

White

Men

Women
Black
Hispanic
Asian-American
Native American
Total

Women accounted for about 63 percent of the fellows in the academic
year 1984-85 program (Source: See E. above).

83

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42

27

7

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32
38
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